On Thu, Aug 10,
2006 at 04:02:01PM -0600, Adam Fedor wrote:
> I narrowed it down to one method, but that doesn't really help much.
> On the solaris, I'm still using the 2.95 compiler, mostly to check for
> backward compatibility. Perhaps I should just upgrade and start
> deprecating support for gcc 2.95?
The way I see it, gcc 3.0 was released on June 18, 2001. This is more
than 5 years ago. In the technology world, that is a very long, long
time. If there's really platforms that don't have gcc 3 or higher,
maybe it is just time for those platforms to be depracated (or they can
use an older version of gnustep).
Just my two cents,
Andrew Ruder <address@hidden>http://www.aeruder.net
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